I have a group I grouped on 3/16/13 that I am trying to recover. However, I keep getting a ERR:VERSION upon the attempt to ungroup the second item. Until yesterday, I had never even heard of that error. Looking at it's page I can't figure out what it is or why it is happening, ether. Anyone got a clue?
Hmm, may be it's something to do with the OS and like it has an unknown token? I have never seen this error before
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I've seen this error in respect to tokens although I've only been able to get it to happen using assembly. You may want to try using Celtic III to recover it or you could also move the group to your computer which, using TiConnect, may be able to ungroup it. You're not going to get it done on your calculator the normal way.
Well, my guess is that a Version error has to do with downloaded programs or some kind of linking thing; I have never really used linking so correct me if I am incorrect. In your above post, you mentioned "ungroup the second item." Can we get a bit more info about what happened?
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I would download Brandon Wilson's GroupTool application. Occasionally, the OS messes up with how it stores data versus how it reads data and you get an extra byte somewhere. GroupTool has worked for me to ungroup specific items or the whole thing for regrouping.
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